Huawei’s relationship with the U.S. just took a turn for the worse.
Several months after Donald Trump signed a bill into law preventing U.S. government agencies from buying certain products from the Chinese electronics manufacturer, Huawei’s CFO has been arrested in Canada. She now faces possible extradition to the U.S. This time around, however, the issue is not a potential national security risk, but rather accusations that CFO Wanzhou Meng violated U.S. sanctions regarding Iran.
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According to the Globe and Mail, Meng was arrested in Vancouver on Dec. 1 and has a bail hearing on Dec. 7. Read more…
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